Mattel have released official promotional images of MOTU Origins, their 5 inch articulated upgrades of vintage He-Man figures, Battle Cat! The proud companion to He-Man will finally have some much needed leg movement. He’s due out in Fall 2019. Read on to check the pics!
The Unboxing Toy Convention Exclusive Masters of the Universe Vintage 5.5″ Figures from Super7 are now available to pre-order from Big Bad Toy Store. While the figures themselves are all previously announced characters, they are packed in boxes inspired by the Los Amos Del Universo line from Mexico. The figures come packed in window box packaging, as opposed to the card backs of the standard releases. Included are:
- Beast Man
- Robot He-Man
- Trap Jaw
Each figure is priced at $39.99, with a bundle for $249.99. These are due for release in September. You can order them by Clicking Here. See the images after the jump.
Mattel has dropped in a few more figures in to their Masters of the WWE display. This line mixes WWE Superstars with Masters of the Universe style aesthetics for a crossover that works amazingly well. Also added was the packaging for the new line, which calls back to classic MOTU card backs. See the images after the jump.
Mattel brought their new She-Ra and the Princesses of Power dolls to San Diego comic-Con 2019. The line will be available in Target stores. The dolls are based on the Netflix animated series, which is entering its third season. See the images after the jump.
Mattel has added both Beast Man and Man-At-Arms to their display at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. These 5.5″ tall figures are part of their updated Masters of the Universe Origins line, which takes classic toy designs and updates them with new articulation. Previously they revealed He-Man and Skeletor, as well as Teela and Evil Lyn. See the new figures after the jump.
Mattel has taken iconic WWE Superstars and mashed them up with two different franchises. They have added WWE Ghostbusters crossover figures, and WWE Masters of the Universe Crossover Figures to their display at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Check them out after the jump.
Mattel has revealed two new figures for their upcoming Masters of the Universe Origins 5.5″ Scale Figure line. The new figures include Teela and Evil Lyn. A packaging preview has also been added to the display. See the photos after the jump.
Mondo debuted some all-new 1/6 Scale and a Mondo Mecha Figures at San Diego Comic-Con 2019. New figures include a Creature From The Black Lagoon and new Masters of the Universe. For Mondo Mecha, they had Captain America and Batman on display. Other items include God of War, Batman Animated Series, and Half-Life.
Masters of the Universe is coming back to Mattel in a big way. At San Diego Comic-Con 2019 they unveiled their new MOTU Origins 5.5″ Figures, with more debuting later this week. They also had a large amount of MOTU Mega Construx on display. See those photos after the jump.
Mattel has announced their new Masters of the Universe Origins action figure line (via io9) for San Diego Comic-Con 2019. The 5.5″ tall figures will be based on the classic MOTU toy line, but will come packed with updated articulations. The line originally was revealed with a SDCC 2019 Exclusive 2-Pack. The first two figures in the new line will, of course, be He-Man and Skeletor. They will be packed on vintage style card backs, and won’t hit shelves until Fall 2020. Check out a few images after the jump.